The country of Spain is one of the largest in Europe and as such there is plenty to attract the vacationer. A Spain timeshare is one of the most affordable ways to see this beautiful country. Spain is simply not just a land filled with gorgeous beached and interesting cultures. It is a land that ranges in nature from forests of deciduous and coniferous trees to arid plains, coves, river valleys, mountains and just about everything in between. The nature lover will love the many National Forests that can be found throughout the country and for those who prefer the historical aspects of a land, there is plenty of site seeing to be done in the cities and towns that make up Spain.
It is hard to know where to start when visiting Spain which is why a Spain timeshare will come in handy. There are eight commonly recognized regions in Spain and here we will take a look at what each has to offer.
The vibrant capital of the country, Madrid offers the visitor the most to do with its many monuments, three art museums, the royal palace, and more. Visitors to Madrid in August can enjoy bull fights in Chincon as well as hike the nearby Sierra de Guadarrama Mountains.
Andalucia, Ceuta and Melilla
Located in the most southern section of Spain, this region is the mountainous one that is rich with minerals as well as grapes, oranges, lemons and olive groves. This area was the last stronghold of the Moors who were thrust from Spain in 1492. The entire area is rich in Arab architecture from that time.
Castile/La Mancha and Extremadura
Settled between Madrid and Andalucia, this region of Spain is nestled on three sides by mountains and irrigated by two rivers. The city of Toledo, known for its high quality sword and dagger blades, is in this area of Spain and La Mancha is the famous home of Don Quixote.
CastThe Northern Region
This region of Spain borders France and the Cantabrian Mountains are well loved by hikers, climbers and wildlife lovers. The way of St. James.
Navarre and Aragon
These two medieval kingdoms are popular in the winter when the mountains are covered in snow and the ski resorts open.
Valencia and Murcia
This region of Spain is known for its science parks, resort beaches and orange groves. The Fallas, celebrated in March, is one of the region's most popular festivals
The industrial and commercial region of Spain, Catalonia, which includes the city of Barcelona, is one of the most popular areas in the nation. The natives of the area speak Catalan, a dialect that was influenced heavily by medieval French.
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